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MY father has toshiba 4300 laptop and he dowloaded a cd-r of pictures the thumbnail turn out ok but double click on left mouse the outside square is ok but the picture is oversize meaning that I have to move inside the picture in order to find it not a normal size screen picture and have tried to decrease the size it does not make the difference cannot find ways of doing that what else can I do?

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  • paech Dec 06, 2008

    Yes and how to change it on toshiba computer? He was going to take it to technican to fix it lucky for that one.

  • paech Dec 06, 2008

    thankyou Lee I am talking about how to decrease the oversize picture is what my father wanted to do. (The thumbnail picture is ok) am I making this clear message to you?

  • paech Dec 07, 2008

    gee thanx for your help in this one and hoped that will help my father as he is 81 years old to learn on his laptop. chow paech

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This is because of the megapixel setting on your camera. It is a high quality picture. You can use any photo software to print the pictures properly or convert them. If you need help finding software I can assist you in that as well. This is normal for this to happen. Please take a moment to accept and rate my solution accordingly.
Thanks and enjoy,
Lee

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    Lee A. Dec 06, 2008

    What exactly are you trying to change? Are you printing these pictures or sending them electronically? If your printing you just need photo printing software. here is a link to a free one that should help you get started.
    http://picasa.google.com/
    Thank you,
    Lee


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    Lee A. Dec 06, 2008

    http://bulk-decrease-picture-size.qarchi...
    Here is a link to more software that will easily resize your photos. It should be everything you need.
    Thanks and enjoy,
    Lee


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    Lee A. Dec 07, 2008

    You are very welcome and good luck. Unfortunately digitally editing photos isn't the easiest thing in the world but the software I have showed you does it make it quite easy and it only takes a few steps. Once he does it a few times he will get the hang of it like anything else practice makes perfect.
    Thanks again,
    Lee


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